If you’re a big fan of Farmhouse Style I’ve got a treat for you today!
We’re starting to pull out all of our Christmas decor and decide what to keep and what to let go this year.
Well, not really. I don’t really get rid of anything, I just keep adding. Unless I’ve got items that are broken. I will definitely let those go.
But for the most part I add some new decor each year.
So today I’m gathering inspiration for Farmhouse Christmas decor – but more specifically for Farmhouse Christmas tree ideas.
I always start with our tree decorations and then expand the decor out from there. I like to have several trees so that I can use different decorations and colors in different rooms.
Farmhouse Christmas Tree Inspiration
Here’s a beautiful flocked tree that showcases several items we all love in farmhouse style. She starts with the burlap ribbon with bells on it and adds giant metal snowflakes. The wooden beads are a beautiful addition and all the little signs can be a great DIY project.
I also love the rustic star as a tree topper. It’s made out of twigs and adds a nice rustic touch to her flocked tree.
Farmhouse touches you can incorporate:
- Burlap ribbon
- Wood Beads
- Neutral Colors
Buffalo Check Christmas Tree
The Buffalo check has become a staple of farmhouse style this past year. Because it’s generally found in black and white (but not always) it’s almost a neutral when you use it in decor.
Can you tell the difference between a buffalo check, a plaid and a tartan? If you’re interested here’s a quick read so you can brush up on that!
This tree has the classic buffalo check pattern along with your mainstay colors of red and green.
Farmhouse touches you can use:
- Buffalo Check
- Wood Bead Garland
- Chalkboard Signs
Bright and Festive Farmhouse Tree
You should definitely click over and visit this home tour. This is just one of the trees featured, there’s another done in blue and white that is beautiful. I am drawn to the more classic colors in this one that features the red and white and I love all the creative touches.
I also love that little black and white lamp shade that I spy in the background!
Ways to incorporate this style:
- Classic checked ribbon
- Striped ribbon
- Galvanized tree collar
- Berry picks and sprays
Rae Dunn Inspired Tree
So you’ve heard of Rae Dunn right? She has a beautiful line of pottery and home goods that are white and feature a simple word or saying on them. It’s a classic farmhouse style that fits into almost everyone’s kitchen.
Ways to incorporate this style into your own:
- Rae Dunn ornaments
- Wood Bead Garland
- Galvanized Bucket
Classic Farmhouse Tree
Here’s a beautiful classic Farmhouse Style Christmas tree. I think you definitely need to click through the links and see the details up close because there are some fantastic touches that you might miss from the bigger picture.
I love the simple and classic colors, and of course the pom pom’s instead of wood beads here. If you look closely you can see a garland that has a sweater print on it and each ball is different. So clever.
You can get this look by adding:
- Checked Ribbon
- Plaid Ribbon
- Fabric Wrapped Ornaments
- Wood cutouts
Simple Farmhouse Style
This tree has such simple decorations on it but I think that’s what gives it a nice statement. A nice garland and some stars that are made from rulers give it all the farmhouse style in an unassuming way.
The box surrounding the tree is a nice rustic touch too.
Ways to incorporate this tree’s style:
- Don’t overdo it
- Simple garland with bunting or burlap
- Large Stars
Simple and Natural Tree
This is another tree that’s done in a few simple decorations and it makes it feel warm and homey. I love the natural colors and she used cotton balls to create the white garland. You can click on the link above to get right to the tutorial on how to make those.
I think the natural balls and the jute twine is what gives the tree its rustic farmhouse look.
How to add this style to your tree:
- Burlap Ribbon
- Jute twine as garland
- Twig Star Topper
Burlap and Pine Cone Tree
Here’s another tree done in natural colors. I think that the natural colors just lean toward a farmhouse style. They’re soothing and not too showy. Comfortable is the right description.
It’s also using natural elements like burlap, jute and pinecones for a farmhouse look.
You can get this style using:
- Burlap Ribbon
- Natural Wrapping Paper
A White Christmas Tree
What can be prettier than a white Christmas tree with a burlap skirt? I love the super thick flocking on this tree and it means that there doesn’t have to be a lot of room for too much decor. The flocking is the main decor and then just a few strategic touches bring in the rest.
To get this look you can try:
- A burlap tree skirt
- Red berries either fresh or faux
- Minimal Ribbon (striped is used here)
- Mercury Glass Ornaments
A Coastal Farmhouse Tree
You can find all kinds of inspiration for Christmas decorating at Trendy Tree. The RAZ collection always has an amazing collection of themed trees and they change each year.
Coastal Farmhouse is another one of the great styles using natural elements. This one features just a touch of blue to blend it in with the home’s decor. It’s not overdone and the rustic elements give it a classic look.
To add this look to your decor try:
- Natural colored ribbon
- Galvanized Ornaments
- Driftwood Shapes
- Natural Colored Wrapping Paper
Well there you have it – Farmhouse Christmas Tree Inspiration!
I thought that finding all that inspiration would make it easier to decide what to use on my tree this year but now I’m torn! I love the flocked trees and I’m wondering about doing that to one of my smaller trees so it can have it’s own theme.
Hmm, something to think about.
Which do you prefer? A flocked tree or a green tree?
I know that mine has to have lots and lots of lights. And then more lights!
Here are some other decorating ideas that you might find useful!